About a month ago, I wrote a column in this very newspaper that was supposed to be my last published piece in The Daily Pennsylvanian. As a graduating senior, it was time to say goodbye and move on to bigger — and better? — things. So I dispensed some sappy advice and signed off.
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If something is worth doing, it’s worth doing at the last possible minute.
Penn is leading the way in learning how the mind works.
Wharton Computing performed a major upgrade to the school's e-mail server last month by switching to Microsoft Exchange 2007, which offers more space, advanced security and other new features to Wharton students.
There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but there is such a thing as free admission.
Smoke 'em if you got 'em, because in three months you'll be out of luck.
Philadelphians affected by the mortgage foreclosure crisis now have more options, thanks to a new public outreach program from Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter.
Disclaimer: I don't know that much about Italian food.
Earlier this week College sophomores Melissa Gunderson and Kristen Lange stood in the Penn Bookstore with a bad case of sticker shock. The price tag of their new Chemistry 101 book: nearly $300.
The chair recognizes the ambassador from the University of Pennsylvania.
Wanted: recipient of a Purple Heart applying to the School of Nursing.
Four days until Caturday.
University endowments are safe from government control - for now, at least.
With responsibility for raising $310 million of the University's $3.5 billion capital campaign, Penn's six resource centers are charged with making a significant contribution.
Back away from the table.
Amy Gutmann was a "casual Penn President" at her Halloween party Wednesday night.
Despite the costume controversy that marked Penn President Amy Gutmann's Halloween party last year, there will be no official censorship policy implemented for tonight's annual soiree.
School of Design Dean Gary Hack will leave the University this summer after finishing his twelve-year run as the school's top administrator.
Five more years.
Amy Gutmann is slowly becoming a "world-class rock star."